Episode #28

Originally aired Saturday, July 30, 2022.


You can download the video version of this episode from the Odysee website.



Ranking All 26 Of Wes Craven’s Films

It’s been a few weeks since Wes Craven passed away, and the hole he left in the horror community will be felt forever. Here at Bloody Disgusting, we’ve been celebrating Craven’s life by going back and watching all of his films (yes, even the bad ones and that one porno).* We figured ranking all of his films would be a great way to cap off our coverage and celebration of his life and career.** While not all of them were perfect, all of Craven’s films showed a man with an incredible imagination and willingness to try something different each time. RIP Wes Craven. You were one of the greats and you will be missed.

The Last House on the Left (1972)

The Fireworks Woman (1975)

The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

Stranger in Our House (1978)

Deadly Blessing (1981)

Swamp Thing (1982)

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Invitation To Hell (1984)

Chiller (1985)

The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1985)

Deadly Friend (1986)

The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

Shocker (1989)

Night Visions (1990)

The People Under The Stairs (1991)

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994)

Vampire In Brooklyn (1995)

Scream (1996)

Scream 2 (1997)

Music of the Heart (1999)

Scream 3 (2000)

Cursed (2005)

Red Eye (2005)

Paris, je t’aime Segment – “Père-Lachaise” (2006)

My Soul To Take (2010)

Scream 4 (2011)


Salem Witch Museum Witch Trials Online Sites Tour

Our online tour of the Salem witchcraft trials sites allows you to view locations around Essex and Middlesex counties and a few key sites in and around Boston that are related to the events of the year 1692. You may select a town or city below to view pictures (where available) and read about the sites in these locations. This section contains descriptions of the sites from the witchcraft trials which can still be seen today, including original houses, foundations, grave sites, and sites marked by historic markers. To give you an idea of the proximity of one site to another, we have also included the approximate locations of the homes of key figures that are no longer standing and have provided additional information about the roles these people played in 1692. Please visit the websites or call ahead to historic sites you plan to visit for admissions information. Many locations included here are private residences and are marked accordingly. They are included here to help provide a complete map of the affected area. Please treat these locations with respect and note they are not open to the public.


The Fiendish Phantoms – Horror Punk Rock Band

Horror Punk/Rock from WisconSIN.


The Fiendish Phantoms are:

Oliver "The Caretaker" Collins - Guitar

Dr. Decon I. Bel - Bass

Beefy "The Butcher" - Drums

Dominus Morte -Vocals


Honeydew Review [Why does it get so much hate?]

Strange cravings and hallucinations befall a young couple after seeking shelter in the home of an aging farmer and her peculiar son.


Scar Tissue Book Review [I love horror anthologies]

Subtitled “ Original Stories Inspired by Dark Fiction’s Contemporary Trailblazers,” the present book assembles nine novelettes trying to recreate the themes, the atmospheres, and sometimes the styles of famous authors such as Peter Straub, Shirley Jackson, Robert McCammon, Clive Barker, Joe R Lansdale, Ray Bradbury and Stephen King.


A Timeline of the History of Hollywood Horror Movies

1896: "The House of the Devil"

1910: "Frankenstein"

1913: "The Student of Prague"

1920: "Cabinet of Dr. Caligari"

1920: "The Golem: Or How He Came into the World"

1920: "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"

1922: "Haxan"

1922: "Nosferatu"

1923: "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

1924: "The Hands of Orlac"

1924: "Waxworks"

1925: "The Monster"

1925: "The Phantom of the Opera"

1926: "Faust"

1927: "The Cat and the Canary"

1931: "Dracula"

1931: "Dracula" (Spanish version)

1931: "Frankenstein"

1931: "M"

1931: "Vampyr"

1932: "Freaks"

1932: "The Mask of Fu Manchu"

1932: "The Mummy"

1932: "The Old Dark House"

1932: "White Zombie"

1933: "The Invisible Man"

1933: "Island of Lost Souls"

1933: "King Kong"

1934: "The Black Cat"

1935: "The Bride of Frankenstein"

1935: "The Werewolf of London"

1941: "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"

1941: "King of the Zombies"

1941: "The Wolf Man"

1942: "Cat People"

1943: "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man"

1943: "I Walked With a Zombie"

1944: "The Uninvited"

1945: "Dead of Night"

1945: "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

1948: "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein"

1949: "Mahal"

1949: "Mighty Joe Young"

1951: " The Thing From Another World"

1953: "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms"

1953: "House of Wax"

1953: "Ugetsu"

1954: "The Creature From the Black Lagoon"

1954: "Godzilla"

1954: "Them!"

1955: "Diabolique"

1955: "The Night of the Hunter"

1956: "The Bad Seed"

1956: "I Vampiri"

1956: "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"

1957: "The Curse of Frankenstein"

1957: "I Was a Teenage Werewolf"

1957: "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

1958: "The Blob"

1958: "The Fly"

1958: "Horror of Dracula"

1959: "House on Haunted Hill"

1959: "Plan 9 From Outer Space"

1959: "The Tingler"

1960: "13 Ghosts"

1960: "Black Sunday"

1960: "Eyes Without a Face"

1960: "The Fall of the House of Usher"

1960: "The Little Shop of Horrors"

1960: "Peeping Tom"

1960: "Psycho"

1960: "Village of the Damned"

1961: "The Innocents"

1962: "Carnival of Souls"

1962: "Mondo Cane"

1962: "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?"

1963: "The Birds"

1963: "Black Sabbath"

1963: "Blood Feast"

1963: "The Haunting"

1964: "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte"

1964: "Two Thousand Maniacs"

1965: "Repulsion"

1968: "Night of the Living Dead"

1968: "Rosemary's Baby"

1968: "Witchfinder General"

1971: " Vampyros Lesbos"

1972: "Blacula"

1973: "The Exorcist"

1972: "The Last House on the Left"

1972: "The Man From Deep River"

1973: "Sisters"

1973: "The Wicker Man"

1974: "Black Christmas"

1974: "Deathdream"

1974: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"

1975: "Jaws"

1975: "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"

1975: "Shivers"

1975: "The Stepford Wives"

1976: 'Carrie"

1976: "The Omen"

1977: "The Hills Have Eyes"

1977: "Suspiria"

1978: "Dawn of the Dead"

1978: "The Fury"

1978: "Halloween"

1978: "I Spit on Your Grave"

1979: "Alien"

1979: "The Amityville Horror"

1979: "Phantasm"

1979: "When a Stranger Calls"

1980: "Prom Night"

1980: "The Shining"

1980: "Friday the 13th"

1981: "An American Werewolf in London"

1981: "The Beyond"

1981: "My Bloody Valentine"

1981: "The Evil Dead"

1981: "The Howling"

1982: "Cat People"

1982: "Poltergeist"

1983: "The Hunger"

1984: "Ghostbusters"

1984: "Gremlins"

1984: "A Nightmare on Elm Street"

1984: "Silent Night, Deadly Night"

1985: "Demons"

1985: "Fright Night"

1985: "Re-Animator"

1985: "The Return of the Living Dead"

1986: "Aliens"

1986: "House"

1987: "Evil Dead 2"

1987: "Fatal Attraction"

1987: "The Lost Boys"

1987: "Near Dark"

1987: "Predator"

1988: "Child's Play"

1988: "Night of the Demons"

1988: "The Vanishing"

1989: "Pet Sematary"

1990: "Arachnophobia"

1990: "Ghost"

1990: "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer"

1990: "Misery"

1991: "The Silence of the Lambs"

1992: "Bram Stoker's Dracula"

1992: "Candyman"

1992: "Dead Alive"

1993: "Cronos"

1993: "Jurassic Park"

1993: "Leprechaun"

1994: "Interview With the Vampire"

1994: "Wolf"

1995: "Se7en"

1996: "The Craft"

1996: "From Dusk Till Dawn"

1996: "Scream"

1997: "Funny Games"

1997: "I Know What You Did Last Summer"

1998: "Blade"

1998: "Fallen"

1998: "Ringu"

1998: "Urban Legend"

1999: "Audition"

1999: "The Blair Witch Project"

1999: "The Mummy"

1999: "The Sixth Sense"

1999: "Sleepy Hollow"

2000: "Final Destination"

2000: "Ginger Snaps"

2000: "Scary Movie"

2001: "Ichi the Killer"

2001: "Joy Ride"

2001: "The Others"

2002: "28 Days Later"

2002: "The Eye"

2002: "Resident Evil"

2002: "The Ring"

2003: "A Tale of Two Sisters"

2003: "High Tension"

2003: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"

2004: "Dawn of the Dead"

2004: "The Grudge"

2004: "Night Watch"

2004: "Saw"

2004: "Shutter"

2005: "Hostel"

2006: "The Host"

2007: "Halloween"

2007: "I Am Legend"

2007: "The Orphanage"

2007: "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"

2008: "Cloverfield"

2008: "Let the Right One In"

2008: "Prom Night"

2008: "The Strangers"

2008: "Twilight"

2009: "Friday the 13th"

2009: "Paranormal Activity"

2009: "Zombieland"

2010: "Black Swan"

2012: "The Cabin in the Woods"

2015: "The Gift"

2016: "10 Cloverfield Lane"


The Other Voorhees

You have probably heard of Jamie Lee Curtis, Milla Jovovich, and Neve Campbell, but there is another queen of scream making a bloody splash in the horror movie industry and her name has the power to conjure images of one the most brutal on screen killers out there. (Hint: This particular killer often sports a hockey mask and hangs out at Camp Crystal Lake.) That’s right. I am talking about Voorhees. Deborah “Sue” Voorhees of Voorhees Films, that is.


Makeup Artist Bart Mixon Breaks Down the Looks for IT (1990) and More

With credits like A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, Fright Night 2, RoboCop, and Planet of the Apes, it’s safe to say special effects makeup artist Bart Mixon is a veteran in the industry. One of his most notable projects, the 1990 IT miniseries, is now the subject of a documentary titled Pennywise: The Story of IT. Directed by John Campopiano and Chris Griffiths, the doc explores the legacy of the show as well as the cultural impact that Pennywise has had on a generation of fans. A big reason for the impact is Tim Curry’s terrifying look, which Bart helped transform. We spoke to Bart in depth below about his experience on that series and many more.


Tubi Search Hacks

Tubi search hacks to find exactly what you’re looking for.


All Horror Database Search

Search the All Horror database and find exactly what you’re looking for.


Eerie Magazine #55 – March 1974

Eerie was an American magazine of horror comics introduced in 1966 by Warren Publishing. Like Mad, it was a black-and-white magazine intended for newsstand distribution and did not submit its stories to the comic book industry's voluntary Comics Code Authority. Each issue's stories were introduced by the host character, Cousin Eerie. Its sister publications were Creepy and Vampirella.


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